Recent Storm Brings 6 Feet of Snow – Sugar Bowl Opens November 24
RECENT STORM BRINGS SIX FEET OF SNOW WITH MORE IN THE FORECAST, ALLOWS SUGAR BOWL RESORT TO OPEN FOR 2010/11 SKI SEASON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH WITH BEST EARLY SEASON CONDITIONS IN A DECADE
(Donner Summit, CA) – The winter storm that has thus far dropped up to six feet of snow on Donner Summit has allowed Sugar Bowl to move their scheduled opening date a full 16 days ahead of schedule, with plans to open a significant amount of terrain on Wednesday, November 24th. Tahoe skiers and riders are rejoicing in what’s shaping up to be the best Thanksgiving holiday skiing and snowboarding conditions the region has seen in many years.
Weather and conditions permitting, Sugar Bowl Resort’s scheduled operating plans for opening day, Wednesday, November 24th:
• Access via Judah entrance
• Anticipated lifts: White Pine, Flume, Judah, Jerome Hill, Christmas Tree, Lincoln, Nob Hill and Disney
• Summit Chair will be tentatively opening on Thursday, November 25th
• Base facilities in operation will include Judah Lodge, Village Tickets Village Rentals/Retail, Village Café, BBQ and Belt Room Bar
• Donner Pass Road from Donner Lake to Summit – scheduled to reopen Nov. 23
Current plans are to remain open through Sunday of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, closing midweek Monday, November 29th through Thursday, December 2nd, reopening for the weekend Friday, December 3rd through Sunday, December 5th.
Lift tickets are priced at the regular season rate of $71 for Adults, $59 for Young Adults and Seniors, $17 for Seniors 70 and over, $23 for Children 6-12, and free for Kids 5 and under.
Season Passes are on sale at Judah Lodge Special tickets. Daily CORE Passes are on sale for $19 and save $12 on lift tickets every day of the season.
General Admission is in effect, offering ticketed skiers and riders, and all season passholders ages 4 and up, free rentals for the day and a free two hour group lesson at any level.
For more information, visit sugarbowl.com